For years, Batman has waged war on crime, enlisting many partners into his crusade. Each person has needed to work hard to gain his trust, including his biological son Damian Wayne. As the son of Bruce Wayne and Talia Al Ghul, Damian has had a complicated childhood to say the least. Raised by his mother and taken into the care of his father as the latest Robin, Damian has needed to fight against his killer instincts. It raises the question as to whether he could be worthy of Batman’s legacy. Continue reading “Is Damian Wayne Worthy Of Batman’s Legacy?”
Batman is often called the world’s greatest detective for his analytic and investigative skills. His crime-solving ability has earned him the respect of friends and enemies alike. He’s passed on his expertise to several young crime fighters, including Tim Drake. As the third Robin, Tim had to fight to earn his place in Batman’s inner circle. He did this through a mixture of intellect and deductive ability. Ultimately, Tim outgrew the Robin mantle and became Red Robin. Tim’s skills are impressive, which is why it’s worth asking the question of whether he’s a better detective than Batman.
In the history of comics, Batman is one of the most enduring characters. Grim, dedicated and incorruptible, The Dark Knight wages a tireless war on crime. But even someone as formidable as Batman can’t do everything alone, and that’s where Robin comes in. Robin balances Batman out, providing a light to his darkness. Yet Robin is bigger than a single person. It’s an identity, a symbol of hope for younger heroes.
Over the years, Bruce has taken in several children and raised them to fight crime. In mainstream continuity, there have been five Robins, each different to the one who came before them. They all represent something to Batman, and here I examine who they are and what makes them important.